A supermarket that sells apples is charging a $100 annual price tag, a supermarket chain is claiming, and some supermarkets are charging far less.
iga supermarkets, which operates grocery stores in the U.S. and Canada, said on Tuesday it was going to increase the price of apples from $9.99 to $10.99 for the 2018 calendar year, as well as a new $15 price tag.
The new price tag is a $3 increase, and a $1.50 price hike for a pack of 100 apples, it said.
In 2018, apples were priced at $1,99 for a single-pack, and $3.49 for a dozen, according to data from the U and Canadian retailers.
It is the second consecutive year iga has raised its price tag on apples.
In 2015, the retailer said it was hiking the price tag to $3 from $2.
In 2016, it raised the price on apples from the current $9 to $12, and said it would also raise the price for a year and a half, until the price reaches $20 per dozen.
Its pricing strategy mirrors that of Costco, which sells apples for about $4.99 a dozen.
Costco does not provide an annual price for its apples.
If the price goes up, iga said it will likely have to cut back on the number of apples sold.
“It’s just a price hike,” iga executive director and CEO Joe Smith told a Canadian audience last month.
Smith said the new price is for apples grown in the United States, and apples grown overseas.
At this point in time, the price is a good price for us.” “
I think they’re just not getting the right apples at the right price.
At this point in time, the price is a good price for us.”
I would love to see iga go all-in on the whole apple-centric concept.
But Smith said he doesn’t expect it to happen.
This is a very new concept for iga.
They have been selling apple products for a very long time, he said, and they have never gone to that level of complexity of apples.
He said he hopes iga will be able to expand its retail business.
That doesn’t mean iga can’t look at expanding to the U, he added.
Instead, ega is focusing on the Canadian market.
There are many apples, he says, that iga wants to expand into Canada, and iga is focused on selling those products at the very best price possible.
More on the apple price hike This story was updated at 4:56 p.m. to include comments from iga and an explanation from the grocery chain.